Sam Allardyce is bidding to be the first manager in history to save four clubs from relegation in the same season after being appointed Leeds, Leicester, Everton and Nottingham Forest manager until the end of the season.
Big Sam, who will take over each club immediately, has been given the unenviable task of avoiding relegation for each of the four clubs using his unique style of management to ensure their Premiership survival.
Speaking earlier, confirming his new roles, he told us, “West Ham wanted me too, but it was just too much to take on.
“I am delighted to confirm that I am the new temporary manager of Leeds United and will immediately do everything in my power to keep this great club in the Premier League where it belongs.
“I am also delighted to be appointed manager of Leicester City, and will immediately do everything in my power to keep this great club in the Premier League where it belongs.
“I am also very excited to take on my new roles as head coaches of both Nottingham Forest and Everton, where I am sure we can turn things around and secure the clubs’ Premier League statuses for next year.”
Asked if he had considered also taking on the job as manager of Southampton he told us, “Nah, they’re f**ked.”